2020 Art Exhibit: Borders
illusions that constrain us
What borders do birds encounter? Our maps do not typically reflect the territories they perceive, the ranges they travel, or the barriers they comes across. How do birds’ boundaries connect to human borders? To those of other species? Edges of things—physically, spatially, temporally— raise questions, not least of which is “Is it really there?”
We ponder this, wondering, how do and will these encounters and connections alter us, birds, and the borders themselves?
Call to Artists! We seek works that share visions of birds, borders, and boundaries, now and into the future, for our 2020 art exhibit, Borders.
From our Blog
Most art shows can be viewed without particular attention to their settings, but ‘Birding by the Numbers’ is inseparable from its locale. The Birds of Vermont Museum in Huntington organized the community art exhibit to celebrate its 30th anniversary. …Numbers are the key to ornithology… The artists’ responses to this intersection of ideas range from literal …
Birding by the Numbers A Call to Artists from the Birds of Vermont Museum in celebration of our 30th Anniversary We at the Museum like to say we are “where natural history meets art.” But flip through the files of time while birding in the last 30 years… what would ornithology be without math? What …
It’s the last month to discover and share our 2016 community art show, “In Layers: the Art of the Egg” https://www.facebook.com/events/305884369763841/ Visit soon!
Visit art and artists at “In Layers” Reception: Sept 10, 3-6pm. (“51 Birds” © C V Talmage, used by permission) http://ow.ly/69JM303i0vt http://ow.ly/i/ma2R8
Be part of our 2016 eggs-hibition! Do you create? Do you have a thing for birds, science, or conservation? We do too. The Birds of Vermont Museum seeks art and craft that focus on the beauty, biology, and essence of eggs for our 2016 season Art Exhibit, In Layers: The Art of the Egg. We’re hoping …